Before I start, please do feel free to comment it my method of dealing with this prelaunch report is not the best method!
Anyway, I am having a problem relating to Google Play content labeling warnings in the prelaunch report.
Normally I use the Accessibility library to handle this...
I'm trying to deal with a custom field, which has a string property with no default value.
#DesignerProperty: Key: Campo, DisplayName: Campo, FieldType: String, DefaultValue:
In the DesignerCreateView sub I need to know if this property has been filled.
Log(Props.Get("Campo") <> "")...
Hello, hope you are fine.
Today I have a question about developing a Custom View.
For example if I like to make a custom view on base on an EditTextbox to enhance the native views features I know how to do that with the custom view xui class. But if I go to use the custom view in the designer...
Why the BANano Custom View Creator?
The beauty of BANano is that it enables one to use any front-end framework they want. This means that you can pick any framework like Bootstrap, VueJS, Pure, Bulma, Skeleton etc to use.
Luckily, the Skeleton framework comes built in and I have...
1: #DesignerWidth and #DesignerHeight - Would allow us to set the default width and height of the "panel" that is created by the designer.
2: #DesignerAnchors - Would allow us to set the default anchors for our custom views.
I am no more able to create custom views (more precisely, I would be able to do it, it's the IDE that does not love me :p).
I create a new project, create an "empty" custom view class, try to add this custom view to a (first) new layout but the CV is not available.